Social Work 400: Field practice I
An approved professional foundation field placement in direct social work practice in a community agency setting. A minimum of 16 hours per week, an integrative field unit seminar. The first course of the two-seminar field sequence.
Social Work 401: Field practice II
Continuation of Social Work 400.
Social Work 578: Homelessness: service learning
INSTRUCTOR: Curtis, Marah
SECTION: Lec 001
Introduction to the complex issues surrounding homelessness in America including epidemiology, demographics, history and public beliefs and attitudes. It explores structural conditions and personal attributes posited as causes of contemporary homelessness. Varying social policies and service needs of homeless persons are discussed.
Social Work 672: Greek men for violence prevention
INSTRUCTOR: Schroepfer, Tracy
SECTION: Sec 001
Greek Men for Violence Prevention is a unique, two credit class offered for fraternity men at UW-Madison. This Social Work course is instructed by University Health Services violence prevention specialists in partnership with men from the Greek community who are former GMVP participants. Faculty sponsorship and mentorship is provided by Dr. Tracy Schroepfer.
This is a discussion-driven course and focuses on masculinity, gender, the media, and violence against women. Particular attention is paid to how these issues affect the Greek community at UW-Madison.
Social Work 800: Field practice III
An approved advanced social work practice field placement in an area of concentration. A minimum of 20 hours per week, including an integrative field unit seminar. The first of the two-semester advanced field sequence.
Social Work 801: Field practice III
Continuation of Social Work 800
Social Work 836: Mental health policies and services
INSTRUCTOR: Studer, Lynette
SECTION: Lec 001
Prepares students for leadership roles in mental health programs, agencies and organizations. Examines mental health policies and services that influence care and treatment of persons with mental illness and shape mental health care systems, programs and services.